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for years. one state has recently passed legislation designed to bring down drug costs. residents of maine can order drugs from maine and from overseas. this has prompted a lawsuit. >> reporter: the battle between the state of maine and the pharmaceutical industry started in portland when the city found a way to cut its health care costs. by the time the battle ends the whole country might feel the effects. if maine wins it could get a lot easier for americans time port cheaper prescription drugs. if the pharmaceutical companies wins importing drugs could be harder than ever. one side in the battle is made up of employers and employees. they say they are fighting for the right to spend less on health care. how much money does this save the company every year >> about $400,000. that's our savings per year. >> reporter: the other side includes maine's farm sichts and retailers and the pharmaceutical industry. they say they are fighting to protect the safety of consumers who might be tempted to try imported prescription drugs. >> the problem is that these medicines aren't safe. >> reporter: t
. >>> in the great state of maine, republican governor le page used the day today -- he said it was the biggest campaign in history. kind of a miniature presidential campaign. he wants to be governor again. ahead of this biggest candidate event ever, this recreated republican convention, they said his remarks would be brief. and all the political reporters in the state of maine said ah, in deep disappointment. because if he has accomplished nothing else in his time in office he has managed to establish himself as the raging id of conservative american governors. >> you take it and put it in the microwave, it gives off a chemical similar to estrogen. in worse cases some women might have little beards, but we don't want to do that. we the people have been told there is no choice. you must buy health insurance or pay the new guess tau poe, the irs. >> we apologize. >> to who? >> who's upset? >> the anti-defamation league. >> it was never intended to offend anyone. and if someone's offended, then they ought to be [ bleep ] mad at the federal government. >> is that an apology? >> what would you like
that excites. now get a $279 per month lease on a 2014 nissan pathfinder. ♪ >>> in the great state of maine, republican governor mcpage used the day today -- he said it was the biggest campaign in history. kind of a miniature presidential campaign. he wants to be governor again. ahead of this biggest candidate event ever, this recreated republican convention, they said his remarks would be brief. and all the political reporters in the state of maine said ah, in deep disappointment. because if he has accomplished nothing else in his time in office he has managed to establish himself as the raging id of conservative american governors. >> you take it and put it in the microwave, it gives off a chemical similar to estrogen. in worse cases some women might have little beards, but we don't want to do that. we the people have been told there is no choice. you must buy health insurance or pay the new guess tau poe, the irs. >> we apologize. >> to who? >> who's upset? >> the anti-defamation league. >> it was never intended to offend anyone. and if someone's offended, then they ought to be [ bleep ]
to the mcgill is the deputies of the upper chamber made more than two hundred brand new amendments to the main financial document basically these amendments are related to the expenditures for social services. the senators decided to pay attention to the projects to address regional issues including plays domestic orders industry schools road construction and health facilities have come the funds for paid maternity leave are also included in the budget for the first time some of the possibility of losing it. proposals of the two hundred and seventy one billion team d in different directions which require funding were suggested by the senate deputies more than forty percent of all expenditures or provided exclusively for the social sector. some of the stool. so this girl but she showed us what is it is not nice people puppets out of alignment. i would like to once again express my gratitude to the deputies in the center of the parliament for constructive great in fruitful work i want to assure you that all of the matters related to the budget legislation that improvement fiscal discipline issue
the country to escape the worst in china the main dangers it to come from rainfall. the storm has weakened significantly since my angst peek over the philippines but it's still strong enough to cause havoc disrupting traffic and stranding ships. greece's conservative that kyrgyzstan has survived a bid to top it off to winning a confidence vote in parliament the sentiment and mccain is the sequel troika of men visiting town was brought by the main opposition city to pontiac which wants to overturn the government's austerity policies. greece's prime minister accused the opposition of being trapped in a dead end. he said the country is moving ahead and is leaving behind the ear of crises but you keep on fighting from within your party. cities is indeed an accused the government of producing some people to search and to top each with a huge lead. it is thus a deal policies have destroyed the country he told the prime minister. the majority of the peoplesoft but i did just that people pay a visit to supplement it. outside parliament opposition supporters demonstrated against further austerity m
. apparently, a 12-inch pipe burst. take a look behind me. this water main break shut off water to 2,200 residents. woman: how many breaks are you working on right now? we have 24 breaks working right now. man: in our company, washington suburban sanitary commission, we had 479 water main breaks in february -- the most ever, for any february. man: this 10-inch water main in willard park is 73 years old. man: at wssc, we're having a year of record -- a ramp up slope of water main breaks that soon is going to reach exponential. man: the damage has been done. and this is the culprit. brunhart: today, 25% of our 5,500 miles of underground water pipes has reached the end of useful life. by the year 2020, 85% will have reached the end of useful life. woman: what to do? wssc is working on that costly problem right now. brunhart: it's not only true here, but it's true throughout our nation. narrator: across the united states, cities and towns are facing the challenge of aging and outdated drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure. it's a national problem. but it needs to be a
. these shafts feed the water mains of each neighborhood, which branch into smaller pipes below the streets... feeding into buildings and houses, into the plumbing, and finally, after its long journey, to our faucets. providing water to homes and industry is a monumental task, requiring immense infrastructure. but once the water is delivered and used, it must also be taken away. man: it's important that the waste generated by any society not be left around. cholera, and other diseases and problems, have been spread, because people wound up living in filth. even the ancients understood that you couldn't have the sewage where you lived. and the easiest thing to do was transport it to another spot -- by water, or a river. most of the first sewer systems were on the east coast of the united states, often in places that already had developed a citywide water supply system. sullivan: in 1630, boston was basically three mountains, there were very steep hills. waste would run down quickly and dump into the harbor. and the tide would carry most of it away. well, this worked well for a while. the pro
store is helping main street in great barrington, massachusetts. a community that's finding unique ways to get customers to shop local on small business saturday. that and more coming up next on "your business." ♪ ♪ >> announcer: small businesses are revitalizing the economy and american express open is here to help. that's why we're proud to present "your business" on msnbc. >>> hi there everyone. i'm jj ramberg and welcome to your business. the show that champions entrepreneurship by giving you tips and advice to help your small business grow. now, we've all heard of work life balance. for actress and entrepreneur karen allen, finding that balance when her son was growing up was the key to allowing her to cultivate her love of designing knit wear and eventually led to opening her own store. karen allen fiber arts in great barrington, massachusetts. but now that her son is grown, she's had to figure out how to find a work/work balance again as she continues her career as a busy working actress and director, as well as a small business owner. >> it's been almost six months since kar
wonderful. >> inside the building we will have water walls in the main staircase, and the water will be dripping through the side of the wall. you'll be able to hear it, you'll be able to see it. we call the san francisco artists and galleries and said, hey, we want a building that is a place people want to come to work in and to visit. we're now going to be buying art from between 08 and 100 local artists in san francisco and the arts commission will be hanging in that art the next couple of months in the building. >> we'll have a cafe in the lobby. the cafe will be serving people there. they'll have a child care center on-site so people with children can come to work. if something happens to their child they can walk right downstairs. it has enough space for 65 kids. >> we looked at various ways that we could be creative in promoting alternative transportation. we did this by providing bike racks and showers in the building. we do see the number of parking spaces to two parking spaces and providing electrical charging stations for alternative vehicles. >> it's time for us to h
at the house. 9 times out of 10 on the floor you will find the main water shut off, here. a lot of places have the sprinklers if you shut off the main in the street you shut off the fire systems. so, if you have a choice of shutting off the water in somebody's house go for the one that coming between the foundation, usually it's in the garage or basement. you turn it to the right. right to tighten, left to loosen. this is easier to turn on and off if you is get in the garage. if you can't use the one in the street. do it only if it's say safe to do so. if it's dangerous, leave it. >> this is a basic electric system. a switch and the screw in fuses. there are not many of these anymore. most have the breakers. okay. to show you what they look like. on, off. this is a safety box you can't get it open until you turn it off. a couple of screw in fuses. this is a cartridge and screw in fuses. here it says on and off. pull it out stick it upside down and stick it back in. circuit break /-rs this is what most have. you have the meter. that's how pg and e /khrarpblgs us. you have the big main. usual
in paris. prime minister sir e r maine off presided at the meeting one hundred twenty six countries are expected to take part in the exhibition which is expected to attract to napoli and visitors. the prime minister asked the expo commission to develop a full fledged strategy for hosting the event. reconstructing the ancient silk road was a key topic of an international conference on transportation and logistics in austin on today's cars each time new silk way forum focused on how to make of the time a major transit hub and focused on a global transportation issues over three hundred people from countries interested in creating a bridge between europe and asia attended the conference. dixon has already taken steps to improve its transportation situation is four and a maritime transportation company expanded the art tile seaport as modernizing a number of airports you will complete a network of transportation and logistics centers within two years officials said. voting for me is that i think it will open it because it sounds geographical location and our strategy of creating a new s
the philippines. >> in the area we based we are in the main county the power is cut and the water supply has been affected too, so there has been damage, some minimal damage in the area where we are based at the moment. but our main concern is the areas on the island northwest where the storm hit harder and where the area had already been devastated by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake three weeks ago. so that's going to be it the main focus for the philippines red cross base on this island today. this week the philippine red cross has been directing emergency aid items and also giving advice to people to prepare for the storm, obviously because we have known for a few days that it was coming and that it would be serious, so people have been given emergency kids and emergency shelter. but they are still extremely vulnerable because you are talking about thousands of people who were already living in makeshift shelters because their homes had been destroyed in the earthquake. >>> u.s. pr*es barack obama says significant relief from sanctions is on the table if iran cuts back its nuclear program. his co
. turning to the war in syria, the main rebel group set demands for the long demand geneva ii peace talks. the syrian national collision or snc, says it will not attend the negotiations if a date is not set for the removal of the president bashar al-assad. the snc doesn't want iran at the meeting, which is set for the end of the month. sue turton has more from cairo, where the arab league met to discuss cairo. the new head of the arab league said there was no way the syrian coalition would sustained the geneva ii conference if iran was to attend. >> what we are clearly asking from you is to support and stop a regime, blood, security. first of all, declare iran as an occupying force of syria and demand it to withdraw the revolutionary guard. >> he put other conditions as to whether they would go or not. he expected iran's revolutionary guard to be pulled out of the syrian conflict, and hezbollah, and iraqi militia fighting. it makes the chances of the snc turning up to the conference unlikely. >> sue turton reporting. the snc renewed calls for international community to arm fighters. desp
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is on track, moving forward, and doing the things that we need to accomplish. >> washington's main arab ally has concerns with the approach to the conflict in syria. they acknowledge there are divergent obviously on how to end conflict, but the goal remains the same. >> even a limited strike will send a message to assad that no other nation can deliver. but a targeted strike can make assad or any other dictator think twice before using chemical weapons. >> but despite president obama's tough talk a strike never happened. instead the assad regime grayed to account for and aid in destroying it's chemical weapons stock pile. for the u.s. the condition in syria is status quo. meanwhile 2 million syrian versus fled their homes and more are displaced in the country as war conditions. rebels have lost ground to assad forces. neighboring nations are shaking under the weight of refugees, especially lebanon. it now has more than 800,000 syrians nearly a quarter of lebanon's population of $4 million. >> lebanon has opened its borders, has opened its arms, and the international community owes it to leba
assistant to president clinton, and sara chamberlain, chief officer of main street advocase, a policy group. your diagnosis of where things stand? >> well, this is the nader administration in a moment of christ. they may be able to get through it, but until they get their arms around the affordable care act and it's implementation they are not going to be able to do anything else. >> sarah, chamberlain, the same question. >> i think the republicans will take advantage. >> do you agree, that the aca is the game? >> absolutely. >> how much time does he have? >> no more than five months. >> and finally, simon? >> i agree, and i think there will be stages in getting your arms and the aca. there will be the question of whether the individual mandate can work or how it works. there will be other questions in the fall. i think the issue of getting the it in good shape. this is a complicated law, and if they can do that, i think he has got--the democrats have a shot of having a good election next year. short of that it will be a tough election for the democrats. >> does success dispel quickly. >> w
with the affordable care act. tell us what you're seeing, the main problems right now, and how they can be addressed. >> the main problem is the execution of the website itself. keep in mind the fundamentals of what it is we're trying to do here are to contain costs we're going to do that over time. there's no question, we know that we can't continue with the current system as it exists. we're paying more at that point next ten countries combined. we have 50 million people uninsured. 20,000 people every year die because they have no insurance, and we have terrible quality overall. we can do a lot better, this is in part an opportunity to do just that, to address those problems in a meaningful way. are there going to be glitches? absolutely. we're getting there, and we have to continue to be patient and do the right thing. >> specifically, what about the signup problems with the website in. >> there are problems, we're going to keep -- i don't know of a site, massachusetts when they started their site, had 123 people that signed up in the first month. it's now been an enormous success, if you had to
to protect consumers against negative equity. >>> every day in ballot more, three water mains break on average. tonight on mission critical fixing america's cities, we examine the budget busting cost of repairing the infrastructure. that and more for tonight thursday, november 21st. >>> good evening everyone. ment dow closed above 6,000, a new milestone and the 40th record close for the blue chip average. investors snapped up stocks encouraged by better than expected news in the economy, the number of people filed for unemployment benefits fell and produszer inflation was kept in check in october and u.s. manufacturing bounced back in november and investors seemed to be getting more comfortable with so-called taper talk from the so-called federal reserve and recognize stocks can rally as the central bank reduces the stimless program. the dow surged 109 points, ending at, here is the number, 16,010 the nasdaq jumped nearly 478 and the s&p 14.48. falling back and ending lower. >>> joining us now to talk more about the markets and whether or not the great rotation out of bonds and into
, there will be an extension, if we get an environmentally cleared from the street to the other side of main street and this is at the request of the high speed rail and the federal rail road administration to accept 400 meter quarter of a mile long trains on a straight platform and no curved edge, that extension will meet that requirement and needless to say that we need to put the ventilation shops and you need to ventilate from both sides so no one gets trapped in the event of a fire. and having both that extension that we would put in an inner city bus facility in that area, to allow, more, spaces for the ac transit. as the time goes ahead. and to get with the city planning. and this is the five story planning and for the development and this is to make the proper use of that land. and this is the biggest part of phase two and, it starts at the west end of the terminal. with over 120 feet wide and it has over 6 tracks coming off the end of the platforms and curving around and for a double box and sent it at that point. and it is built and cut and covered because it is not very far below the ra
welcome to "the journal." >> coming up in this half-hour -- a done deal, germany's main political parties signed an agreement to form a coalition under chancellor angela merkel. >> is at the end of the road for silvio berlusconi? the senate in rome votes to expel the comeback kid of italian politics. >> a comet passes close to the sun on thursday after a journey of billions of years. >> germany's main political parties have signed a coalition agreement that allows them to govern together under the third- term leadership of chancellor angela merkel. >> the deal for the so-called grand coalition now goes to a ballot of spd members, with a presult expected in december. >> the coalition will stand for solid finances, prosperity, and social security, and will oppose a debt union for europe. >> the leaders of the three coalition partners in a display of unity for the cameras. but despite the appearance of readiness for action, this is still a provisional document. the three have signed an interim accord. they will put pen to paper on a deal if the spd can have grassoot members expected.
was the main topic of discussions domestic road builders adopted some of the techniques of the foreign colleagues which enable them to cut costs and reduce environmental damage. it was abducted along with the neighbors was the top of the cross and the common good we saved twenty five percent of energy resources. this is a huge economic effect the cost will be cut by five to six percent who want to use it exactly this type of asphalt concrete their own administration and cause of social national company supports us that we use is common material next season will work in different climatic conditions by two thousand seventeen and probably one of the main proposals of the expo two thousand seventeen will be this type of asphalt. if you must go to war with russia conflict in which he scored eighty five local and foreign companies participating in the exhibition presented the latest developments in the field of roe construction according to the experts new technologies will make the work easier for people and in some cases replace human labor. so how does that this was a test which can be t
of the main stadium in presidio what was he agreed that the muslims to give him the mouse has been beset sport open for trade. i just don't have the day to get the picture you can look at stages with an emphatic thought it would have applied to consider the baby on wednesday the judge fails to listen. when he comes from the pitiful one that got us a try. this result sees how her children still top spot with a bit of a big. with such force that the rest of the edging on the job is to what the haunted house the former chelsea winger vital to the article said it's a helpful and useful says cables to be one of the bus stop so. i do milton son souls who was a regular in brazil's world cup winning sides of nineteen fifty eight to nineteen sixty two has the leading trio from complications caused by the infection. santos who was known for his runs down the wing spends his entire career with all the fall. he represented the brisk autumn seven hundred and twenty three occasions and won six major titles. switzerland's diary of kona has resumed trading market again off to celebrate with injuries to his on
who are still relying on old film projectors. i'll take to you the movies in maine. i'm ali velshi. this is "real money." ♪ >> this is "real money." you are the most important part of the show, so join our live conversation for the next half hour on twitter at aj real money. legend has it today is called black friday because it's the day retailer he's balance sheets went from being in the red, unprofitable, to being in the plaque, profitable. but this year's black friday came a day early with big reta retailers all opening their doors to shoppers on thanksgiving thursday itself. while an estimated 15,000 shoppers lined up outside of macy's flagship store to start shopping at 8:00 p.m. thursday night retailers registered 10 million in store transsanctions between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on thanksgiving thursday, and 400 million page views for shoppers looking for deals on its website. but today america's smalls are e choked with holiday shoppers just as they have been in past years. going to a mall on long island, i see people all around you. >> reporter: well, things are well st
. >>> a busted water main, boy, it made just a mess of things in montgomery county today. it happened this morning around 9:00 a.m. on south lawn lane near east goldy drive in rockville and that water main break shut down the water supply at the nearby rock ice arena. that means the restaurant is closed, the bathrooms are shut down and parents say they are being creative. >> the boys are able to go outside but us women are trying to distract ourselves as much as we can. >> wssc says despite the bust, only about 44 customers were affected. they are still working to get that water main repaired. >>> still a few hours of shopping left in the consumer frenzy known as black friday. 97million people are expected to hit the stores before it's all said and done. this was the scene at west field montgomery mall, deer hunters got there pretty early to take advantage of black friday door busters. the doors there opened at midnight but 30 stores there got things cranking on thanksgiving day and while some employees aren't too happy about working on thanksgiving, shoppers say bring it on. >> it's
is there. >> one of the main problems with the disaster like typhoon haiyan is finding water, food, and particularly shelter for th displaced people. hundreds have been arriving here on the c one 30 hercules aircraft every day. finding them shelter has been one of the main concerns of the philippine government. here, they are using a gymnasium to place people. if we have a look here at the board, you can see there are 191 people here 54 of those are under the age of nine. we have nine injured people and no pregnant women just yet. but over here, we've got all of the medical action. this is being hosted by the taiwan medical peace corpse pea corps. this is joe, the chairman. nice to meet you. come and tell us a little bit about what's going on here because it's very important work you are getting sick and injured people coming in with the team here? >> yeah. it is a mini hospital here going to the hospital, we have a hospital here right now. >> what sort of injuries are you seeing? what are they seeing? >> all kind of injuries there. cot did, and a lot of those who suffer fever, and
in maine maine, massachusets, and rhode island ban stores from opening on thanksgiving. those are the headlines america tonight is next, and for all of us here on al jazeera america new york, we want to wish you a happy thank giving and happy hanukkah. enjoy the holiday weekend. hello, and welcome to this special holiday edition of "america tonight." since thanksgiving brings to mind the origins of this country. to begin, we look to the star spangled banner, america's most famous flag is safely tucked away at the smithsonian museum here in washington. be 200 years ago it was first raised over and our determination as a young nation to succeed. ♪ o say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪. >> it's a song as familiar to americans as a babies lull by. how did it become such a part of the fabric of america? >> the anthem gets the flag more publicity, and the flag makes the anthem more famous. >> so we are standing on a reconstruction of the gun impact that was here. >> this is the power of place, here is the thing, people love the anthem, they love the grab, what they need
to a water main. and while the damage was not severe, the impact could have been if not for the fast actions of firefighters and volunteers. it happened about 9:00 a.m. rushing down south lawn lane. cold temperatures, a 12 inch main had ruptured. water was coming out, so we were scared to go next to this. >> dozens of families up and down the east coast for the international hockey tournament. when they learned there was no water, they were a bit worried. you drove all the way from new york? >> yes. >> the fire department brought in enough water to keep the tournament afloat. not enough to run the facility. the restaurant, none of that stuff. enough to keep the ice and the facility running. pottiesivery of puerto saved the day as the hockey players never missed a beat. >> do what you have to. >> they were making due at the nearby animal shelter. they shut down the kennels when they had no waters or working bathrooms. >> it has already helped with the nations of water, we are carrying on. in fine shape and all the animals are taken care of. >> a national guard member lost everything during th
is a main road project in kazakhstan is the western view of wisdom in china international bicycle with door which was eventually become the main truss bridge was in central asia. the project will serve really trust those fruits including china central asia china kazakhstan and china russia western hero. it was it in the voting system is it's all for your tuesday erections are chosen for the roads was a great demeanor density traffic both have a great car that so now as you know it's present implementation of the west and you wasted your time project is in full swing and the tenth of march in kazakhstan. presently about one point five thousand km out of two point four thousand is giving way to the commission. i hope that the project will be commissioned by twenty fifty the development of these projects on the twenty oh six and its present the special attention has based its implementation scenes one part of the road has a way the nation. at present the main concern is about the reconstruction of roads and the kazakhstan on the corner toward the cost of the project implemented in that era to
porous borders of the countries involved. it is the main challenge here today and it's not going to be an easy task. more about these challenges wobbly taking zach featuring insecurity in the snow. well the main challenge will be to try to regain control of the borders without endangering the life of the lord of the local population that is regularly crossing borders especially between algeria on monday the media. but these places were these awesome rightist groups and it is also a concern for these jihadist groups are active in money in india and also the traffickers that the smoke all sorts of things to north africa. so this is the main challenge and to be effective and to be creative will be on table today. new ways to fight to these traffic and his vine and groups. there will be also programs of development for local communities training of for instance an indian policeman and also other and sharing intelligence between the countries that are sometimes start in the arena rivalries for instance algeria and morocco are ancient rivals in the region we sent a diplomatic crisis i
or something like that. >> karen allen's business is just one of many on great berington's main street, a beautiful town tucked away. that busy stretch of road is about to get a major facelift. fixing lopsided sidewalks, refacing the road, two hours from boston and new york, the downtown there has an active shop local movement, their own currency, and plans to kick off the holiday season with a bang on small business saturday. >> i think it's a combination of being a rural lifestyle with some cosmopolitan elements, so there's culture here, there's theater, music, good restaurants. >> when smithsonian magazine named great barrington, massachusetts, the greatest small town in america. >> when people come to the berkshires, there's hardly any chain stores at all. we've managed to hold them off by having such a unique and original environment here. >> we have a really great, eclectic group of businesses, a little bit of something for everyone. >> we have a great community in the locals and out of towners. >> and that well loved and unique downtown, like many main streets around the country
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